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5 Factors That Play a Role in Determining the Right Value of a Car Accident Settlement

After a car accident, the victim may be able to obtain compensation for their injuries. However, there is no standard amount of compensation that will be given to someone who is injured in a car accident. The reason for this is the severity of the accident and the injuries suffered will vary greatly between different types of accidents. There are a few different factors that can raise or lower the... ❯❯❯

Victim of a Legal Malpractice? Do These 3 Things to Fight Back

Just like other professionals, lawyers are supposed to be held to high standards of duty when it comes to serving their clients.  When they fail to provide adequate representation or take reasonable steps to defend their client, lawyers may be subject to legal malpractice suits.  The process of suing a lawyer may sound intimidating, but victims of legal malpractice shouldn’t let... ❯❯❯

4 Primary Elements to Prove Negligence in a Personal Injury Case

The preparation of a personal injury lawsuit is often hard to ascertain, specifically when a plaintiff is unsure if there is negligence. Nevertheless, there are four primary elements to prove that there is negligence occurred in personal injury cases. Specifically, these elements include (1) duty of care, (2) breach of duty, (3) causation, and (4) damages, which are explained in the following. ... ❯❯❯

National Legal Staffing Support Reviews: Targeting Trust And Transparency

Boca Raton, FL--- The demand for legal services are at an all time high in the country and it is due to this huge increase in demand that outsourcing legal services has come to be an indispensable tool for the law firms to grow their business without however compromising on the vital factors of client service and satisfaction. And this is where entities such as National Legal Staffing Support... ❯❯❯

3 Common Legal Issues Franchisors Have to Face and How to Avoid Them

Franchising is a well-established business model. Franchising creates more than twenty million jobs and contributes at least two trillion dollars to the economy. When you become a franchisee, you join a successful business and copy their business model as outlined in a contract. The franchisee gets to leverage a well-known brand identity, gets assistance with distribution and marketing, and may... ❯❯❯

How Long Does a Truck Accident Lawsuit Take?

Like any industry that requires drivers to work long shifts, trucking has seen its fair share of accidents. Due to the nature of the trucking industry, lawsuits are frequently involved as a result of or following an accident. How long they take often depends on a lot of different moving parts, and it’s important to understand the lawsuit procedure if you’re involved in the trucking... ❯❯❯

Post Car Accident Checklist

Even the safest drivers might not be able to avoid car accidents forever. While some fortunate people might be lucky enough to keep out of harm’s way on the road, this isn't common for the majority of drivers. Many factors come into play when a car accident takes place. Although, if you follow the necessary post-accident steps correctly, it's possible to recover damages and settle your... ❯❯❯

An Inside Look into DUIs: 10 Tells That Can Determine Your Freedom

Driving under the influence, or DUI, not only puts lives at risk, it can cost the accused thousands of dollars or even jail time. If you host a party or are a bartender at a commercial establishment, you can be held liable in many states for letting someone drive drunk. Even if you aren’t liable, no one wants the guilt of knowing someone went to jail or, worse, injured or killed someone due... ❯❯❯

What You Should Know about Green Cards through Marriage

A green card grants a person who is born outside of the United States the ability to permanently reside in the United States. It gives them the opportunity to live together with their spouse and make a life for themselves in this country. Many foreign-born persons are able to become permanent residents based on their marriage to a U.S citizen. Their citizen spouse can sponsor them for a green... ❯❯❯

When They Wear out Their Welcome: How to Kick out an Unwanted Roommate

Having a roommate isn't always easy. Unfortunately, it's often a necessary part of life. The good news is that you can kick the current one out and find another. Easier said than done you say? It really doesn't have to be that difficult. Asking an unwanted roommate to move out can be awkward, but there are ways for doing it that can make it easy for everyone involved. In this article, we take... ❯❯❯